Charli's House

Charli’s House is a ONE-OF-A-KIND organization!!  
Not only are they one of the only Autism Treatment providers that offer ABA therapy to infants, children and teens in Pinal county...they are the only one that also offers prayer support!
Charli's House is a division of CrossRoads Church and has an army of prayer warriors behind it.
They are committed to providing meaningful and functional instruction to children with special needs and their families by relying on the evidence-based, age appropriate practice of ABA therapy.
All therapy services are provided in-center and when appropriate, in the clients’ home, school, and community settings to provide instruction within the natural environment.
Charli's House has a professional team of therapists are help their children develop positive behaviors and skills so they can become productive members of their family,  community and world.

"Children are rewards from God, so we must follow His word to truly cherish his gifts."
Psalms 127:3

Wisdom For Asia

Crossroads Church proudly supports Wisdom For Asia and its founders Evangelist Abraham and Daisy Thomas.  They lead Wisdom For Asia organization since 2003. Evangelist Abraham was born and brought up in India. His childhood struggles and experiences shaped his current ministry to serve poor and underprivileged.  Wisdom For Asia’s primary focus is to reach the unreached people in the Asian continent with the wisdom of God. They currently works in Mongolia and in India. They are involved in digging water wells to bring clean water to remote villages in India, helping children to stay in school through Back To School Outreach, building churches for villages congregations through Faith Center Project, and bringing people to Christ  through his evangelistic meetings and outreaches. Wisdom For Asia is also involved in training native leaders to be more effective in their ministry and reach more people in their own places of ministry.  Abraham and Daisy have 2 children Joshua (20) and Jensen (5) and they currently live in Dallas, Texas.

Crossroads Church built several water wells in India through this ministry and currently engaging in various outreach programs. You can learn more about this great organization  by clicking the following links  and

Christian Motorcyclists Association

The Christian Motorcyclist Association started in 1975 with a pastor/father's passion to want to do something with his teenage son, and that was to ride motorcycles and share Jesus.  There are over 2000 chapters in the United States, and the Casa Grande Humble Servants Chapter is #1281.CMA's vision is "changing the world, one heart at a time." The Humble Servants chapter formed about 7 years ago, and are involved in community outreach. One of our monthly ministries for the past six years is to the homeless population with our Food 'n Faith Sunday.  
Some of their local events are:
  • Monthly church service and meal delivery for the local homeless community.
  • Providing backpacks filled with school supplies for the children in Casa Grande.
  • Donating non perishables to the Caring Hands of Pinal County, and Casa Grande Food Bank.

If you love Jesus and you ride a motorcycle, come join us.  All are welcome at any event.
Contact chapter President: Chris Fagenbush #520.560.1768                             Secretary: Beth Fagenbush #520.560.2754                             Chaplain:  Becca Kinney #480.228.9963

John Wilson, Missionary

These pictures show the progress of a church in Casas Grandes, Chihuahua Mexico. This city is special to John, because it's where his dad started his first tent revival in 1965.  In 1992 John became a full time missionary and moved to Nicolas Bravo, Chihuahua where he married his wife in 1993. They now live in the city of Chihuahua, Chihuahua.
John & his wife have since pastored, overseen, and built many churches in Mexico.

New Hope OutReach Ministries

New Hope Outreach Ministries, led by Thomas and Rebecca Imelde, is a mission out of Nairobi, Kenya.
They travel to share the word of God with surrounding communities, near and far, as well as build churches and provide working restrooms for health and hygiene.
Read a copy of their latest newsletter HERE.

Home Of Hope

Home of Hope is a 12 to 15-month faith-based residential recovery program.  They offer help to women who have addictive behaviors, who have been abused, or who suffer from life-controlling issues, and women who have young children. 

Happy Life Mission

Who we are
Happy Life Mission is a non-profit charity organization that aims to provide hope for the abandoned children through a three-fold Ministry: Shelter, Education and Medical care. We are located at Roysambu, along Lumumba Drive, next to Jesse Kay Hospital.

Our Vision
Almost all of the children that come to Happy Life come without a name. We give them a name and we love them. Newborns up to age three are cared for at the Nairobi campus, which is adjacent to our Jesse Kay Children’s Hospital. When they reach school age, and if they have not been adopted, they move to the Juja farm Campus where they live and go to school at the Happy Life Christian School and later on to Faith Premier High School.

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